Tracksters say ta-ta

By Lawrence Bailey

While the majority of students spend the first few weeks of April losing hair and losing sleep, varsity teams tend to lose a lot more. With every final exam written and every final assignment turned in, more and more fifth-year students bid farewell to their university eligibility. Four such battle-hardened warriors are departing members of… Continue reading Tracksters say ta-ta

Nathan Kendrick: Cross Country and Track and Field

By Lawrence Bailey

One of the first people Gauntlet Sports Editors have met in the past few years isn’t someone you’d expect. While various coaches and members of Dinos Athletics tend to familiarize themselves with the new media moguls, there has been one athlete who ensures his team and his sport are always on the Gauntlet’s radar. His… Continue reading Nathan Kendrick: Cross Country and Track and Field

Tracksters’ triumph in Winnipeg

By Sean Nyilassy

The University of Calgary Dinos competed in the 2004 Canada West Track and Field Championships Feb. 27-28 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The women’s team ran and jumped their way to a second place finish while the men’s squad placed a respectable fifth of seven contending teams. Although the women’s team placed second, it was second to… Continue reading Tracksters’ triumph in Winnipeg

Good to hear

By Dale Miller

If one word could be used to sum up the track team’s performance at the CIS Championships it would be a resounding “good.”“We did good, we are really happy with our performance,” said Head Coach Doug Lamont. “The women placed second with 48 points, that was better than the expected 43 points. We just came… Continue reading Good to hear